Americans Don’t Know Much about Civics

Vicki E. Alger

September 19 2014

..and Common Core’s not likely to help.

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Some Thoughts on Independence: Good Government by Choice or by Accident?

Vicki E. Alger

September 19 2014

The United Kingdom survives.

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Americans Don’t Know Much about Civics

Vicki E. Alger

September 18 2014

..and Common Core won't help.

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Due Process Denied at Princeton

Vicki E. Alger

September 18 2014

New policy replaces trial by jury with rape tribunals.

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Most Doctors Give Obamacare Failing Grades

Vicki E. Alger

September 18 2014

Healthcare would be better without government and bureaucracy.

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LA School District Ponders What to Do with an Armored Vehicle and Grenade Launchers

Vicki E. Alger

September 17 2014

Not your typical back-to-school items.

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Un-Meritorious Pay for Teachers in Denver

Vicki E. Alger

September 17 2014

Program dupes Denver taxpayers and does little for students.

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Classroom Observations Help Teachers Improve

Vicki E. Alger

September 16 2014

Better teachers benefit students year after year.

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Americans Want Better Quality Teachers in the Classroom

Vicki E. Alger

September 16 2014

But that doesn’t mean we want more government.

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Goodbye ObamaCare?

Patrice J. Lee

September 16 2014

Half a million signups are set to lose their ObamaCare coverage in two weeks for not verifying their information.

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Lip Balm Ban

Patrice J. Lee

September 16 2014

A school system bans ChapStick among elementary school students for questionable reasons.

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Salt's Not the Bad Guy

Julie Gunlock

September 16 2014

Yet another study questions sodium's connection to hypertension. Will the FDA listen?

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The Myth of the Uncaring Republican

Charlotte Hays

September 16 2014

It's almost the conventional wisdom, even though the GOP has poverty-fighting programs that will show positive results.

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Yes, She Spoke at Yale Last Night

Charlotte Hays

September 16 2014

Yale avoided the ignominy of Brandeis, which finked out on the whole--you know--free speech thing.

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Today’s Magic Number Is: $37 Billion

Vicki E. Alger

September 15 2014

That’s the annual compliance cost of federal taxes.

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Who Has the Worst International Tax Rules Rate in the World? We Do.

Vicki E. Alger

September 15 2014

Plans by Obama will only makes matters worse.

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Chinese Water Torture and the Federal Budget

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

September 15 2014

The “Big Three” are already crowding out other spending.

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Stone Age Technology Enables Fraud at SSA

Patrice J. Lee

September 15 2014

A federal auditor report ‘s finds that the Security Security Administration's lack of technology allows wrongdoers to get away with fraud.

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No Midriff Here

Patrice J. Lee

September 15 2014

We often report on rules that schools impose that lack common sense and judgment. These rules and the diligent enforcement of them are a breath of fresh air.

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Wall Street Journal: We're 32!

Charlotte Hays

September 15 2014

That is the U.S. ranking in a new global index of competitiveness in international economies.

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Federal Regulations Hurt Small Businesses the Most

Vicki E. Alger

September 13 2014

Total costs exceed $2 trillion annually.

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Parental Choice Showdown in the Sunshine State

Vicki E. Alger

September 13 2014

New legal challenges, same old discredited arguments.

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Gainful Employment Games from Fed ED

Vicki E. Alger

September 12 2014

U.S. Department of Education is fudging the numbers…again.

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Support for More Government Schooling is Not as Strong as You Think

Vicki E. Alger

September 12 2014

Large majorities of Americans don’t buy the preschool- and-college-for-all agendas.

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Minimum Wage Hikes and the Rise of the Machines

Patrice J. Lee

September 12 2014

CFO survey results predict that companies will not just cut jobs but replace individuals with machines if the minimum wage is hiked too high.

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